- Workers' Compensation
- Personal Injury
- Social Security Disability
Mr. Price has been in practice since 2001 and has represented injured workers since 2009.
His practice focuses in the areas of workers compensation under the Louisiana Workers' Compensation Act and the Longshore Harbor Workers Compensation Act. He began his career representing employers, insurers and self-insured funds in every workers' compensation district in the State. After eight years, he grew frustrated dealing with employers and insurers that would not do the right thing, even when it was the correct thing to do, and seemed not to care what those decisions did to the lives of the injured worker.
In 2009, Mr. Price began representing injured workers.
Trial attorneys frequently consult Brad regarding workers' compensation issues that arise in third party lawsuits. He is often called to mediations of these claims to make sure the injured workers' workers compensation benefits are protected. He is also very familiar with the interplay between workers' compensation and Social Security Disability claims.
He views his job as protecting the injured worker and leveling the playing field between injured workers and employers and their insurance companies.
- Louisiana State University Law Center, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
- Millsaps College, Jackson, Mississippi
- B.S. - 1996
- Major: Biology
- Louisiana, 2001
- Louisiana State Bar Association, 2001 to Present
- Baton Rouge Bar Association, 2008 to Present
- 21st JDC Bar Association, 2016 to Present
- WILG, 2015 to Present
- Louisiana Workers Advocates, 2015 to Present
- Lawyers of Distinction Excellence in Workers Compensation Law, 2020 – 2021
- WILG Nation’s Top Injured Worker’s Attorney, 2017 – 2020
- National Trial Lawyers Top 100 Civil Plaintiff Trial Lawyers in Louisiana, 2022
- Vessel v. CB&I, 312 So.3d 621, La. 1st. Cir.
- Blake v. Turner Industries, 111 So.3d 21, La. 1st Cir.
- Haulcy v. St. Gobain Containers, 895 So.2d 803, La. 1st Cir.